With its cool grey complexion, Primordia Quartz is the perfect stone to reflect your industrial roots. evoking a sense of concrete with its contemporary feel composed across lighter tones and darker veils that create an oxidized rustic aesthetic all their own!
Specifications Primordia Quartz
cleaning Primordia Quartz countertops is an easy task. All you need to do is mix one part water with one part vinegar in a spray bottle. Then, spray the mixture onto the countertops and wipe them clean with a soft cloth.
If your countertops are especially dirty, you can use a little bit of dish soap in your cleaning solution. Just make sure to rinse the solution off the countertops thoroughly and wipe them dry before they dry on their own.
Remove prevent liquid spills:
Liquid spills can often be a hassle to clean up, especially if they occur on Primordia. This type of quartz is known for its resistance to staining and etching, but even it can be susceptible to liquid damage if not handled properly. Here are a few tips on how to prevent liquid spills from damaging your Primordia as well as how to clean up any spills that do occur.
One of the best ways to prevent liquid spills from damaging Primordia Countertops is to use coasters and placemats. This will help to protect your quartz from drink rings, food spills, and other liquids.
The first step is to identify the type of stain that is on the Primordia Quartz surface. There are many different types of stains, so it is important to know what you are dealing with in order to prevent the Primordia Quartz from being stained again.
The most common types of stains are oil-based and water-based. Stains can appear as a solid, paste or liquid on surfaces. Other stain characteristics include staining surfaces completely or leaving behind residue.
Water-based stains are usually easy to clean with soap and water, but may require a scrubber. Oil-based stains are more difficult to remove because oil can easily mix in with Primordia surfaces, making it hard to penetrate the Quartz.
Quartz Care & Maintenance
A splash of warm soapy water will do. The whole cleaning done. It will deep clean your stone.
Prevent liquid spills
Remove any liquid spills and splashes. There maintenance is very necessary. Only proper care will retain the Stone’s shine and fresh look. Natural, Concrete, and Rough finished may need more daily maintenance.
Gently rub with an appropriate cleaner and rinse. Do regular cleaning of stone this will retain stone Elegant look. Proper deep cleaning is compulsory for any stone.
Natural, Concrete, and Rough finished may need more daily cleaning than polished stones. Every light mark, fingerprints of daily usage will make the stone surface dull and stone surface. These marks can be very easily clean with Soft Scrub Liquid cleaning agents.